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Born: 1987-04-04
Profession: Actress
Nation: Canadian
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I've studied dance since I was very young, and I continue to study ballet.

Tags: Dance, Study, Young

I do build my own backstory as an actor. It's important to know where your characters have come from in order to know where they're going - in order to exist in that state of being.

Tags: Actor, Order, State

It's particularly important for a young woman to be in control of her image - to a certain extent. I mean, there's only so much you can do, because people take photos with you and then all of a sudden they pop up all over the place, they're completely out of context and you have no control over how they're used.

Tags: Control, Mean, Woman

Movement is very important to a character, no matter what period you're working in. So when it came to playing Emma Jung and lacing up in the corset, it was really not a foreign thing for me.

Tags: Character, Matter, Working

When you're in a very specific kind of wardrobe, it kind of dictates your movement; it also kind of enables you - or, I guess, disables you - from certain kinds of movement.

Tags: Guess, Kinds, Movement

I give no more paroles to British officers.

Tags: British, Give, Officers

I therefore beg that you would indulge me with the liberty of declining the arduous trust.

Tags: Beg, Liberty, Trust

What I can do for my country, I am willing to do.

Tags: Country, Willing

And, Mr. Speaker, if the Governor and Council don't see fit to fall in with us, I say let the general duty law, and all, go to the devil, sir, and go about our business.

Tags: Business, Devil, Law

I gave my parole once, and it has been shamefully violated by the British Government; I shall not give another to people on whom no faith can be reposed.

Tags: Faith, Give, Government

If my acceptance of the office of Governor would serve my country, though my administration would be attended with the loss of personal credit and reputation, I would cheerfully undertake it.

Tags: Acceptance, Country, Personal

It may not be proper for me, perhaps, to let my feelings carry me further am therefore resigned to stop here, if sir, you think my particular reasons following too free, or will give offense to the House, which I would be sorry to be thought capable of intending.

Tags: Feelings, May, Sorry

My sentiments for the American cause, from the Stamp Act downward, have never changed... I am still of opinion that it is the cause of liberty and of human nature.

Tags: Human, Liberty, Nature

No man in America ever strove more, and more successfully first to bring about a Congress in 1765, and then to support it ever afterwards than myself.

Tags: America, Congress, Support

The House of Commons, refused to receive the addresses of the colonies, when the matter was pending; besides, we hold our rights neither from them nor from the Lords.

Tags: House, Matter, Rights

The present times require the vigor and the activity of the prime of life; but I feel the increasing infirmities of age to such a degree, that I am conscious I cannot serve you to advantage.

Tags: Age, Cannot, Life